I wanted to share this tall shoe cabinet NaNo I just finished.
I fell in love with a shoe tower from Restoration Hardware that they stopped making so I decided to make something similar. I bought a SEKTION high cabinet with 2 doors and 2 ASKERSUND cover panels. I assembled them as per instructions and added the cover panels to either side so the unit was freestanding.
Materials for tall shoe cabinet NaNo:
- SEKTION high cabinet with 2 ASKERSUND doors
- 2 ASKERSUND cover panels
- , gold
- Door handles, gold
Now I bought some from Amazon. For the 6 shelves, I measured 1 inch from the edge of each shelf and marked the spots where I would place the drawer pulls. I drilled holes and screwed in two drawer pulls on each shelf so my shoes wouldn’t fall out.
When placing the shelves into the high cabinet, I put them in so the back was one peg higher than the front. The shoes would be on a slant and easier to see. The drawer pulls stop them from sliding out the front.
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Finally, I left the bottom section of the shoe cabinet open for boots (with no shelves) and then attached some beautiful handles on the front from .
All done! Looks great, stores at least 12 pairs of shoes (not counting boots in the bottom cabinet) and slides into the tiniest of spaces.
~ by Amy Stuart
Caution: Do secure the tall shoe cabinet to the wall to prevent tip over accidents. For instructions on how to anchor tall furniture to the wall, please refer to .